Ferreting Out & Exposing Implicit Bias From Intake To Trial, NELA 2020 Annual Convention
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July 8, 2020
National Employment Lawyers Association
2020 Annual Convention, Discrimination, Implicit Bias
Implicit bias can be an integral thread in your case – from the employment decision that led your client to seek representation, all the way to how the judge or jury decides the case. This session focuses on how practitioners can recognize the ways in which implicit bias impacts a case, use implicit bias research to explain these concepts to judges & juries, & bring attention to the unconscious biases of an employer.Expand summary
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